Grateful Dead Live at The Spectrum on 1994-10-05
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Jack Straw, Friend Of The Devil, Wang Dang Doodle, Jack A Roe, Queen Jane Approximately, Lazy River Road, Eternity*, Deal
Midnight Hour, Cumberland Blues, Playin' In The Band-> Uncle John's Band-> Jam-> Jam w/o Bob and Vince-> Jerry, BIlly and Mickey-> Jerry alone-> Bob and Jerry-> Bob alone-> Bob, Phil and Vince-> Bob, Phil, Vince and drummers-> I Need A Miracle-> Standing On the Moon-> Sugar Magnolia, E: The Mighty Quinn
* Weir on acoustic
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|Friend of the Devil|
|Wang Dang Doodle|
|Lazy River Road|
|Playing in the Band ->|
|Uncle John's Band ->|
|Drums (w/ Jerry) ->|
|Space (w/o Jerry) ->|
|I Need a Miracle ->|
|Standing on the Moon ->|
|E: The Mighty Quinn|
- 2013-04-18 11:54:55
- Philadelphia, PA
- Run time
- <b>flac16/48kHz</b>; Source: Sony C38B > SV-250; Conversion: DAP1 > PMD661 > Audacity (Normalizing and Dither) > CDWave > TLH >foobar2000 (tagging); Recorded by Stan Roberts
- Taped by
- stan roberts
- The Spectrum
Subject: Not even close to an on night
The only thing even vaguely interesting about this show is Space. If you like experimental music, this night had a hot space.
Subject: An "On" Night!
Was Vinny playing Ravel during Queen Jane? I'm sure Bob Dylan wouldn't mind, but a little weird. The guy definitely had some chops even if his tone was a little cartoonish. Bobby had been filling that role for years.
Eternity actually not bad as I listen to it for the first time in twenty years. I think it's better than Blues for Allah. Said it. Except the lyrics. Decent, but just not Deadish. I like the second set better. They were just into the show. Great great.
Sound is only fair for this AUD, but still better than the very dry sounding SBD's.
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